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  • How to Sing DVD

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    Julia Amisano's The Three Pillars of Singing Julia Amisano's The Three Pillars of Singing DVD teaches the 3 basics of singing. For the beginning singer, it’s invaluable, and for the accomplished singer, it’s a workout that goes back to basics..

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  • Music Theory Grade 1 book

    Music Theory Grade 1 by Julia Amisano Julia Amisano's Music Theory Grade 1 is a workbook that helps beginners practice the basics of reading and writing music (Note: to be used with a music teacher).

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  • Julia Amisano’s CD: Green

    CD Cover: Green by Julia Amisano Julia Amisano's Classical Cd, Green, features romantic Art Songs in French,Italian, German, English & Norwegian.

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Instructors

Julia Amisano, Founder, Instructor in Voice, Piano, and Acting

Photo of Julia AmisanoJulia has performed in numerous musical genres. Her latest classical CD, GREEN, debuted on NPR’s Evening Music Program on February 2, 2009. Julia’s professional roles in Opera, Musical Theatre and Theatre include Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Ghost of Christmas Past in a National Tour of A Christmas Carol and Macrcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro.

Julia teaches private voice, piano and acting at Grace Music Studio, a private studio she founded in 1999.

June 2005 Julia received a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Brooklyn College and a Post-graduate Classical Acting degree from LAMDA (the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art).

Julia’s Resumes:
Vocal Resume
Teaching Resume
Theater Resume

Original Music
CD Cover: Green by Julia AmisanoMs. Amisano composes her own original music, and she encourages and helps her students to work on their own musical pieces. Her CD “Green” is available for purchase online.


Jennifer Kennedy, Instructor in Advanced Piano

Jennifer Kennedy“My main purpose as a teacher is realize my students’ goals.  The younger the student, the more impressionable they are and I realize that to teach children is to be trusted with part of child-rearing.  Because of this, I strive to raise self-esteem as well as inspire them towards musical excellence!  I do this with much positive reinforcement .   With more advanced students I include self-evaluation and discussion with the student so that they can become involved in their own development and musicianship.”

“I find that it is very important to adapt to the individual needs of each student.    As soon as possible, I have student memorize pieces appropriate to their level.   I begin each lesson with memory work, move into sight-reading and analysis of the new work, or exercise.  This way a student has a multi-faceted approach to music they are learning, and once they have learned it, they are continually adding to their repertoire.  I work this way because many students are overwhelmed at the beginning of the learning stages.  Examining the theory behind the composition helps them understand it, and approach it with less apprehension.  Also, having pieces they can play from memory every week reminds them of the finished product of their labor and encourages them towards the new work.”